- Short Walk to Station
- Two Double Bedrooms
- Gas Central Heating
- 900 + Year Lease
- South Facing Lounge and Master Bedroom
- Spacious Communal Gardens
- Basement and other Storage
Located off Amersham Hill, within a short walk of the railway station and all of the amenities on offer in the town centre, this apartment provides spacious living arrangements and comes with the additional benefits of gas central heating and more storage than you'll be lucky to find anywhere else!
The private front door opens into the hallway which provides access to all rooms. The large living room has southerly views from the double glazed windows and has a conveniently large storage cupboard. The well-appointed kitchen has an array of storage units, oven & hob, the gas boiler that provides the gas central heating to the property and space for the fridge freezer. The spacious master bedroom also has a south facing window and has fitted wardrobes running across the full width of the room. Adjacent to this is the second bedroom and the bathroom with its modern three-piece suite is next to this. Off the hallway is a large storage cupboard which has plumbing for the washing machine. The property also has a large communal storage area in the basement of the building and the single garage is located within the well-maintained communal gardens.
Lease information to be verified by solicitors: The original lease length was 999 years, with service charge and ground rent combined at £60 per calendar month.
The property is within a few minutes's walk of the railway station with its enviable service to London Marylebone in under half an hour, as well as the town centre with all this has to offer. The facilities here are diverse, from the excellent range of retail shopping, public houses, restaurants and the Swan Theatre, to the Rye Park with its boating pond and the National Trust's Hughenden Manor with miles of open Chiltern countryside walks. The town has transformed over the last couple of decades with significant public and private investment, for example the new Sports Centre at Handy Cross that opened last year with its Olympic sized swimming pool and a host of other ultra-contemporary fitness activities. Not only is High Wycombe a thriving market town, it is also ideally positioned within London's commuter belt and not just with the convenient rail access, but also the road transport links are superb with access to both Junction 3 & 4 of the M40, that provide quick access to the M25 network as well as London Heathrow.